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    00 LS400

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  1. When out looking at used RX300 at car dealers is their an easy way to tell if they are AWD? I like to look when they are closed so I dont get hounded by sales people but cant tell if I am looking ay a 2WD or AWD. Thanks
  2. I think I got it fixed.... I tried to eyeball it on my garage wall but really couldnt see much difference but folks are not bright lighting me now. :)
  3. You got a steal, I just traded my 94 with 218k and they allowed me 3k.
  4. I have the newer style headlights and even on dim people always think they are on high. I am thinking they are aimed a little high. Does anyone know how to adjust them? Thanks for any help folks. Robert
  5. Anyone know if these will fit a 2000 LS400? Correct offsets?
  6. Got mine off Ebay for around $50.00 shipped for two. OEM bolt on application. Thses are so strong the hood will reaise on its own now.
  7. No curb feelers please, No fuzzy dice either. LOL :chairshot: I have Nav and it does not work that great. Was looking at options to maybe help the reception of the stock one or an external antenna for another Nav unit.
  8. 2000 LS400 with Mich. Hrated tires and am very happy.
  9. What do you guys think of the shark fin antennas on a Lexus? Do you think they would look good? Anyone have one on their car?
  10. As the owner of a 00 LS400 i can say they are great cars. I had a 94LS prior to my 00 and it also was a great car. In short I would say buy the best car you can based on your budget. A lot of time people give advice based on the car only and not what your budget may be. What I am saying is if your budget is 10k then buy the best you can buy for that amount. Look carefuly at the history of the car and over all condition. Just keep in mind Lexus can be very expensive to work on if you should have problems. I am a big on making sure proper maintiance is done like frequent oil changes, filters, etc. Lexus is a very durable car and can go many miles with little or no trouble. Good luck with your purchase.
  11. Seen similar problem with two other 94's that my family and I owned. Both times it was the plug wires. Be real careful not to pinch or cut the new ones putting it back together. I replced both using wires from auto zone not OEM with no problems. I think around $100. I also made sure I used Denzo plugs.
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